Online Webinars - Mental Health & Wellbeing Show

Online Webinars

During the coronavirus pandemic, the team at Ajuda Training will continue to supply learning and development opportunities to our customers in the form of online events and webinars on a range of topics! Since May, we have put on a rage of different events around Mental Health & Wellbeing including Youth and Adult Mental Health, Inclusion, Suicide Prevention and much more.

We plan to continue delivering these free webinars to support our customers and keep them motivated and learning during this difficult time. Our online events are run on Zoom and we have grown a wonderful community of viewers over the past few months.

Read more about our upcoming and past events here, and to view some of our past online webinars, you can join our Facebook Group here where we regularly post clips from our past online events to our community of over 1,600 mental health & wellbeing professionals.

Do you have a particular topic you want covered, or are you part of an organisation who would like to provide a talk? Please get in touch with events@ajuda.org.uk to enquire.

Upcoming Webinars

Suicide Prevention Day 2021 – 9th September

Join us on 9th September, the day before World Suicide Prevention Day, to learn more about ways you can support those feeling suicidal and save a life.

World Suicide Prevention Day is observed on September 10 each year to promote worldwide action to prevent suicides. Various events and activities are held during this occasion to raise awareness that suicide is a major preventable cause of premature death.

Speakers to be confirmed very soon!

If you require any further information please contact events@ajuda.org.uk

Alcohol Awareness Week 2021 – 11th November

Alcohol and relationships are closely linked. Many of us associate alcohol and socialising, and alcohol can become a big part of our connections and interactions with those around us. But when our own or a loved one’s drinking starts to negatively affect our relationships, or stands in the way of us taking action on our own drinking, it can have a huge impact on our lives.

On top of this, research shows that many of us have found ourselves drinking more to deal with feelings of loneliness and isolation during the pandemic. As we leave lockdown and return to normal life there will be new pressures too – pressures to drink, ‘sober shaming’, and pressures we put on ourselves to get back to ‘normal’ socialising.

Speakers to be confirmed very soon!

If you require any further information please contact events@ajuda.org.uk

Tackling Loneliness Over Christmas – 9th December

Research commissioned by Age UK found that half a million older people across the UK are expecting to feel lonely this Christmas, of whom 4 in 5 (79%) have not sought any help for this. For half of those (52%), loneliness has become a ‘normal’ part of life.

In addition, more than 230,000 older people who will be on their own at least one day over the Christmas period (from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day) say they have no choice, it’s just how it is. Against this context it is little surprise that more than 530,000 people aged 65 and over aren’t looking forward to Christmas because for them it’s ‘just another day.’

Although loneliness is by no means an inevitable part of ageing, difficult life events that many experience as people get older, such as bereavement, serious illness or reducing mobility, can all be triggers for becoming more isolated and feeling lonelier.

Speakers to be confirmed soon, if you feel like you could contribute to one of our free webinars please contact us on 02922 400382 or email events@ajuda.org.uk

Speakers to be confirmed very soon!

If you require any further information please contact events@ajuda.org.uk

Wellness and Wellbeing – 13th January

Research commissioned by Age UK found that half a million older people across the UK are expecting to feel lonely this Christmas, of whom 4 in 5 (79%) have not sought any help for this. For half of those (52%), loneliness has become a ‘normal’ part of life.

In addition, more than 230,000 older people who will be on their own at least one day over the Christmas period (from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day) say they have no choice, it’s just how it is. Against this context it is little surprise that more than 530,000 people aged 65 and over aren’t looking forward to Christmas because for them it’s ‘just another day.’

Although loneliness is by no means an inevitable part of ageing, difficult life events that many experience as people get older, such as bereavement, serious illness or reducing mobility, can all be triggers for becoming more isolated and feeling lonelier.

Speakers to be confirmed soon, if you feel like you could contribute to one of our free webinars please contact us on 02922 400382 or email events@ajuda.org.uk

Speakers to be confirmed very soon!

If you require any further information please contact events@ajuda.org.uk

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